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20 years old have lump in the genital area. What could it be and what should i do ?

Hi.. I am 20 years old and i found a while ago w lump in my genital area under the skin it doesn't hurt when i press it and it only appears when I am in the sleeping position it doesn't appear when I am standing. It feels like a small pea and when I press it , it appears like it is moving . About a month ago or may be more I had a vaginal discharge which appears like a rose and white mucus mixed together but now there is nothing so please help me and tell me what could it be and what should i do ? Thanks for your time.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query,
It seems thar you might have bertholin cyst.
You also might have infection in genital tract.
go for vaginal swab examination and after report go for treatment.
Keep good hygiene of the part.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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